Reliance Products Five Gallon Fold-A-Carrier II Blue Collapsible Water Carrier with Integrated HandleFold-A-Carrier II 5 gallon (20 liter) collapsible blue water container with generously sized integrated handle. Handle feature bottom-finger grips for ease of carrying and pouing, even with gloves on. This container is durable and easy-to-use when filled as well as portable and packable when empty. It features a top neck for easy pouring. Ideal for camping, hiking and many other outdoor activities.
Collapsible Water Container, Topist 5 Gallon/20L Portable Water Carrier Bag, Emergency Cube Water Bag, Food Grade PVC Outdoor Water Storage for Camping Hiking Climbing Backpacking
The Topist 5 Gallon Collapsible Water Container provides a convenient way to transport and use water wherever you need it Great Water Storage Use It is portable food-grade pvc water bag makes you more at ease use. This water container fits for using in outdoor. It is foldable, durable, reusable water storage bag designed to go anywhere. 20 liters of water storage capacity for your camping in the desert. Two molded handles, one on the top and one on the front, make carrying easy. That perfect for hiking, camping, fishing, and more outdoors. Specifications: Material: PVC Main color: Transparent Capacity: 20L / 5 Gallons Weight: Approx. 250g Package: 1*20L Cube Water Storage Bag Zero-Risk Purchase,100% Satisfaction Guarantee 90 days 100% Money-Back Guarantee.we'll refund you immediately if you find there are some problems of our products
Jake Plissken, senior communications officer on the lunar outpost, has become ill. When contaminated resources are found, the HAWC miners switch to emergency water and food rations to avoid infection. With no hope of immediate rescue, they begin recovering water from any source necessary. In this kit, students will learn about procedures to recycle urine into drinking water and test their results for safety.Experiments1. Analyze synthetic urine for salt content with a lead nitrate reaction. Test pH and the presence of urobilin by building a colorimeter and calibrating it with a standard curve.2. Design and build an efficient distillation apparatus.3. Analyze purified distillate for salt, pH, and urobilin to determine if its safe to drink.Learning Objectives1. List the major components of urine and the mechanisms of filtration and reabsorption.2. Explain the basic parts of a colorimeter and its mechanism of operation.3. Use the dilution equation to create a procedure for serial dilution.4. Create a standard curve to calibrate a colorimeter.5. Construct an electrical circuit to drive a LED.6. Understand and measure pH. 7. Perform a qualitative chemical reaction to test for chlorides.8. Construct and test a distillation apparatus.9. Develop an understanding of a chemical equation by performing a reaction.10. Explain mechanisms of heat transfer: conduction, convection, radiation, phase change, and advection.